Welcome to View Royal!

Population: 11,575      Median Household Income: $83,994        Median Age: 44.5 years

One of the West Shore communities, View Royal is just a 15-to-20-minute drive to downtown Victoria and provides convenient access to both the Trans Canada and Pat Bay highways.

Incorporated in 1988, View Royal is adjacent to Esquimalt and Saanich. The community is home to the Victoria General Hospital and encompasses most of Thetis Lake Regional Park. It provides convenient access to the airport, ferry and downtown Victoria.

The housing market is a mix of newer houses and condos along side older, more established homes. Prices in View Royal are more attainable, which makes the area attractive to buyers who have been priced out of the Victoria market but still want to be centrally located.

View Royal boasts more than 30 parks and numerous trails, which makes the community ideal for outdoor enthusiasts wanting to take part in running, biking, kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming and more.

Quieter and more suburban, View Royal is ideal for families and those wanting to have easy access to outdoor activities.

The Community: Quiet and more suburban

The Lifestyle: Outdoorsy and family friendly

View Royal Is For You: If you want a more peaceful environment with access to year-round outdoor activities

View Royal Isn’t For You: If you want non-stop excitement and nightlife

The Housing Market: A mix of newer houses and condos along side older, more established homes

Benchmark Price For a Single-Family Home: $1,093,800 (as of Feb. 2022)

Benchmark Price For a Condo: $565,700 (as of Feb. 2022)

Interested in living in View Royal? Then our Skyeview condo development is for you! The second offering of eight two-bedroom homes will be released in Summer 2022. Go to Skyeview.ca to register.

WHAT'S NEW

Plants Find New Homes in Esquimalt Neighbourhood

TLA invites neighbours to participate in a “Take Your Plant” event, where those neighbours could come and harvest the plants and shrubbery from the Sterling site in order to rehome them in their own backyards.

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A Sterling Addition to Esquimalt

TLA participates in sacred pipe ceremony and honours the area’s history with a new Indigenous name for upcoming development.

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